Conservatives always complain about the liberal media in the US, but why haven't we heard anything about what is happening to Murdock's media empire?
UPDATE: An hour after everyone else, the Fox site now has a small above-the-fold mention of Murdoch dropping the BSkyB bid. This is like the way the Soviet press covered Chernobyl: "small problem in the Ukraine."
Perhaps Fox News hasn't told them yet and they don't know.
a discussion during commercial break where Cal Thomas asked the panel whether they wanted “to bring up the subject we’re not talking about today.” No one wanted to bring it up.
Fox's not covering the scandal seems to be news.
FBI opens investigation of News Corp.: WSJ, AP
CHICAGO (MarketWatch) -- Shares of News Corp. fell 3% Thursday afternoon after published reports said the FBI has begun an investigation of whether the company's employees hacked into the phones of 9/11 victims. The Wall Street Journal and the Associated Press reported the probe, citing unnamed sources familiar with the situation. On Wednesday, three U.S. lawmakers called for an investigation. Phone-hacking allegations against News Corp.'s UK newspapers have gained momentum in the last two weeks, resulting in the shutdown of the 168-year-old News of the World and forcing News Corp. to withdraw its $14 billion bid for the 61% of British Sky Broadcasting PLC it doesn't already own. News of the World and the other UK newspapers employed reporters in the U.S. A News Corp. spokeswoman declined comment Thursday afternoon. News Corp. is the parent company of The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, Barron's, Factiva and MarketWatch, the publisher of this report.